James Moose, a Sacramento lawyer, who represents the recently approved 14,132-home Placer Vineyards community west of Roseville, California, said the project's environmental study included climate-change impact so the development wouldn't be drawn into any state lawsuits on the issue, July 23, 2007.
James Moose, a Sacramento lawyer, who represents the recently approved 14,132-home Placer Vineyards community west of Roseville, California, said the project's environmental study included climate-change impact so the development wouldn't be drawn into any state lawsuits on the issue, July 23, 2007. Anne Chadwick Williams/MCT
James Moose, a Sacramento lawyer, who represents the recently approved 14,132-home Placer Vineyards community west of Roseville, California, said the project's environmental study included climate-change impact so the development wouldn't be drawn into any state lawsuits on the issue, July 23, 2007. Anne Chadwick Williams/MCT

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